Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by Jake!, Jan 19, 2009.
that is the only decently quick one i found so far
corvetteforum is about the best you're going to do.
and since that forum sucks dick that's not saying much
I guess I can ask OT too, when i find shit to ask.
Whoa, I didn't realize that there is a corvetteforums.com and a corvetteforum.com
I've never used corvetteforums.com, but corvetteforum.com is great if you want advice on chrome engine covers or want to talk about the 700+hp engine you're having built for you even though your car has never seen anything but street use and doesn't have any upgraded brake or suspension parts.
Gotta love retired white guys chatting away on the internets
it isn't much different from OT
they all suck
I know you want LSx engine info and not Cx car info.
Wait, didn't you just buy an orange flaming lightning?
I read Corvetteforum from time to time, but I only read Z06 Tech section. That subforum is pretty legit.
Just think how long it took them to type some of those responses
The few guys that actually make it to a track know what they're talking about. Every once in a while there'll be one guy that decides he wants to be a race car driver and will actually post about taking his 700+hp street car to the track. When you ask him what brakes and tires he's running, he won't be able to tell you. The brakes were from [generic auto chain store] and the tires are almost always whatever the cheapest summer tires are. Yeah, that's a great idea, take a car that can hit 160+ on most front straights and run it around the track with junk brakes and street tires.
I stopped reading all the various corvette forums.
the ZR-1 forum is pretty pimpin too. lots of guys their know their shit
Bunch of fucking douchebags who know shit. Full of people like Deus.
what? why? where will you go for information about the various interior trim kits available? how will you know who makes the best stickers for the crossed flags on the steering wheel?
No, just jobless 18-26 yearolds.
I still get the Eclkers and Mid America catalogs.